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1 's a radical claim about the origin of language associated with the guy who we met when we talked about behaviorism who wrote A Review of Verbal Behavior, the linguist Noam Chomsky.
2 MIT linguist Noam Chomsky asserted that the way children acquire language is so effortless that it must have a biological foundation.
3 In the 1960s, linguist Noam Chomsky correctly noted that there are an infinite number of English phrases; for example "big deal," "really big deal," "really, really big deal," and so on.
4 So the US joined in the UN Security Council authorization of a no-fly zone to be implemented by France, the UK and the US, Chomsky underlined.
5 would cause not a ripple if MIT's famous intellectual subversive, Noam Chomsky, were invited to speak to the annual capitalist jamboree in Davos.
6 And indeed Chomsky cannot be written off as another regime loyalist.
7 But it's key “to breaking the monopoly and verbal hegemony” of the West, according to remarks released last year by Xinhua's president, Li Congjun, who often sounds like he's channeling Noam Chomsky.
8 I got riled up by "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" and "The Chomsky Reader"; Heidi read aloud passages from "The Anxiety of Influence."
9 Chomsky attempts to account for this aspect of syntax by postulating that there are deep structures and surface structures.
10 But linguists such as Noam Chomsky were highly critical of the research.
11 fierce debate exists in linguistics between those, such as Noam Chomsky, who think that all languages function roughly the same way in the brain and those who do not.
12 This idea, put forward by Noam Chomsky in the 1960s, is no longer unchallenged.
13 Much as I admire Noam Chomsky, I'm afraid he's very wrong here.
14 Since early 1980s Noam Chomsky developed a theory of universal grammar (UG) know as the principle-an-parameters theory.
15 Chomsky proposed that there is a universal grammar for all human languages-essentially, that languages don't really differ from one another in significant ways.
16 Chomsky says the problem is not that that's wrong.
17 Prof Chomsky said that mature humans usually knew tens of thousands of words.
18 And Chomsky makes this radical claim.
19 Putting aside the evidence of symbolic behaviour in chimps, Chomsky proposed that syntax (rules of grammar) were universal among humans and unique to our species.
20 What people don't understand is that the role of the Pentagon," Chomsky says, "to a large extent was developing the technology of the future."
21 the other hand, there is considerable evidence that the development of these language skills, in some way, is similar to growth in the way that Chomsky suggests.
22 Hint: the corporations exert influence over all of our information sources. Another hint: read Chomsky.
23 Mr Chomsky says those who disagree with his ever-more contentious ideas are either blind or hucksters.
24 It adopts the Universal Grammar and Minimalism of Chomsky and Gile's Efforts Model as the theoretical framework to support the thesis.
25 Anaphors are bound by syntactic structures in syntactic distribution and anaphoric interpretation Chomsky s binding theory reveals the property of anaphors in syntax.
26 Similarly, Noam Chomsky describes anarchism, alongside libertarian Marxism, as "the libertarian wing of socialism".
27 Other signers and RESIST members included Mitchell Goodman, Henry Braun, Denise Levertov, Noam Chomsky, William Sloane Coffin, Dwight Macdonald, Robert Lowell, and Norman Mailer.
28 About anarcho-capitalism, Noam Chomsky says: Anarcho-capitalism, in my opinion, is a doctrinal system which, if ever implemented, would lead to forms of tyranny and oppression that have few counterparts in human history.
29 Empirical testing of the Whorfian hypothesis declined in the 1960s to 1980s as Noam Chomsky began to redefine linguistics and much of psychology in formal universalist terms.
30 Eric Lenneberg, Noam Chomsky, and Steven Pinker have also criticized Whorf for failing to be sufficiently clear in his formulation of how language influences thought, and for failing to provide real evidence to support his assumptions.